The Archipelago of Marvels in the North of Sardinia
September in the La Maddalena Archipelago National Park
Imagine your holidays in Sardinia in September. The eye is captured by small isolated coves, uninhabited islands and a sea so clear and turquoise that it sparkles in the sunlight. Days when the weather is still hot, it makes you want to dive into the sea. Welcome to the La Maddalena Archipelago, the natural jewel in the crown of Northern Sardinia, easily accessible with one of the many excursions organized by the Delphina hotels and Resorts.
If during August these areas of rare beauty are frequented by tourists from all over the world who love to spend their days, enjoying the jet-set pleasures of impressive yachts and sailing boats, in September the Archipelago reveals its wild beauty to those looking to relax. Resorts such as Cala Coticcio in Caprera, Porto della Madonna at Budelli and Cala Granara at Spargi return to being reflections of empty seas, decorated with small coves of fine white sand. The air is even crisper, the scents even more intense.
September is also one of the ideal periods for water sports including canoeing, kayaking and SUP (Stand Up Paddling). Even snorkeling in the La Maddalena Archipelago has a completely different appeal. For the most demanding we suggest diving around the Isola dei Monaci, putting yourself in the hands of one of the top diving schools affiliated to the hotel. You will be able to see majestic groupers, splendid examples of snappers, saddled bream and sargo, or dive in the renowned Secca di Washington, considered one of the best dive sites in the Mediterranean Sea.